I just released an update for BiblioCraft. There are about half a dozen crashes I was able to fix. A lot of these are issues that I have been stuck on for the past so many months. I was able to get a real good roll lately and get a lot of the major issues fixed. I’ve also added one new feature, fancy signs will now retain their data when broken and placed back down. Now we can easily move our signs around without having to redo them.
I’ve only updated Minecraft 1.12.2 so far but I may back-port the crash fixes to a couple previous version here in the near future. Most likely I will only worry about bug fixes for Minecraft v1.7.10 and v1.10.2 as those are the most popular versions aside from Minecraft 1.12.2. Sometime this summer I would like to do a feature update and add a couple of things that have been on my mind for quite awhile. With new features, my focus will be only on 1.12.2 and forward.
Anyway, head on over to the downloads page or on over to curseforge to grab the newest version. Enjoy!
I just released an update for BiblioCraft that covers Minecraft version 1.10.2, 1.11.2, and 1.12.0. This update fixes a dupe bug with the fancy workbench that really needed to be addressed. I also tried to fix a couple crashes that came up. I say tried because I wasn’t able to personally reproduce the crashes, but I made some changes in code that I think might catch the crashes based on the error reports I had read. In addition I updated the scaling of the BiblioCraft items which were scaled way too big. I also fixed a couple recipes, the printing press and map frames, in the version for Minecraft v1.12.0 which had gotten messed up when I updated to the new system.
Anyway, head on over to the downloads page or curseforge to grab a copy of the newest BiblioCraft. Enjoy!
I just released a new version of BiblioCraft for Minecraft 1.12.0. This version fixes the framing sheet recipe which wasn’t working correctly in the previous version and most importantly updates to work on the latest forge. It was announced that tomorrow, June 28th, the recommended build of forge will come out and this version of BiblioCraft should be compatible with that version, as well as the current newest version of forge at the time of this writing. There were some breaking changes between this version of forge and the version of forge I used for BiblioCraft v2.4.1 so expect crashes if you mismatch and older version of forge or older BiblioCraft versions with the newer stuff.
Anyway, head on over to the downloads page to grab a copy, or head over to Curseforge to grab a copy if you prefer and as always, Enjoy!
I just updated BiblioCraft for Minecraft v1.12.0 and fixed a couple of bugs that game up. I fixed a crash with the reading glasses and I added back the enchanted atlas recipe. I still plan to readd the enchanted atlas as a json based recipe in the near future, but I hardcoded it back in for now.
I just released an update for BiblioCraft for Minecraft v1.12.0. This is pretty much a straight port from the previous version. This is more of a beta than previous releases though since it is missing one recipe, the recipe to turn an atlas into an enchanted atlas for the death compass. I also expect this build of BiblioCraft to break in future version of forge for Minecraft v1.12.0, so that is something to be aware of as you update forge and such at this early junction in Minecraft v1.12.x modding.
Minecraft 1.12 introduced a new recipe system which now uses json files that can easily be edited by anyone. From what I understand, Minecraft v1.13 will introduce data-packs which are essentially resource packs that support a bunch more types of thing, such as recipes. So this was the first big step toward that and all the recipes in BiblioCraft are now in the new json format. Forge is still in the process of making back-end changes to better support all this new stuff. Some of the changes proposed in forge are expected to break current compatibility, so that is why I expect some things to break in the future. But as that happens I plan to try to stay on top of updating to support forge as it goes through changes.
Anyway, head on over to the download pages to grab the newest version of BiblioCraft. If you have any comments, questions, or issues, feel free to post on the website, the official minecraft forum, or create an issue on github. For bugs and stuff, creating an issue on github is most preferred. As always, enjoy!
This should fix a rendering crash a number of folks are having. Hopefully this update takes care of it. I also tweaked the reading enchantment stats a little.
Head over to the downloads page to grab a copy. Enjoy!
BiblioWoods is back! I decided to take advantage of some of the new architechure I built into the newest versions of BiblioCraft and create some BiblioWoods addons. Only this time, I don’t need to create and include any hand made textures, I am just reading the textures from the supported mods. In this case, I have updated BiblioWoods for Biomes O’ Plenty, Forestry, and Natura. I am open to suggestions on other popular mods that add woods that people would like to see BiblioWoods packages for. Since you can still achieve the same effect with the paneler block, the addons are just adding recipes and creative tabs. I think people might like how I organized the creative tabs for the BiblioWoods. All the wood types are grouped together, instead of block types.
BiblioCraft has been updated for Minecraft versions 1.9.4, 1.10.2 and 1.11.2 with a few important bug fixes as well as the back end architechure (at least in BiblioCraft v2.3.1 for MC 1.11.2) to support BiblioWoods. There is a bad crash if you try to craft an Atlas on a server that has been fixed. I also fixed Tables not connecting in the newest version for Minecraft v1.11.2. I made an adjustment to the plumb line y coord, it should be correct now and I also tried to fix a rendering crash that has been happening.
Head on over to the downloads page to grab the new BiblioCraft and head over to BiblioWoods addon page to grab the new BiblioWoods. You can also find all this stuff on CurseForge as well. If you have any comments, questions, or issues feel free to speak out here in the comments, on the minecraft forum, or on my github. Enjoy!
I just released an update to BiblioCraft, making it version 1.11.7 now for Minecraft v1.7.10. This update fixes a crash that occurs when you try to start a deticated server with BiblioCraft v1.11.6. There was a bug I introduced on accident in the last update when I fixed a dupe with the slotted book. I forgot make the call to open the gui happen only on the client and let it happen on the server where it should never happy. That is fixed now in this update.
Head on over to the downloads page to grab a copy. Enjoy!
Greetings! I have finally managed to finish the update to Minecraft v1.11.2 with BiblioCraft version 2.3.0. I also went through github and fixed many bugs and dupe issues that have come up, including some issues that go back to the version for 1.7.10. So I went ahead and fixed a bunch of bugs in the version for 1.7.10, which is now updated to BiblioCraft v1.11.6. I also fixed a large number of bugs in the versions for Minecraft 1.9.4 and 1.10.2 which worked into the 1.11.2 update as that went along. So we have a total of 4 new versions of BiblioCraft across 4 versions of Minecraft.
The update to 1.11.2 was a lot more major than I ever anticipated. Some of the changes were only back-end changes that shouldn’t really effect users, but as a developer I think will make my life easier in the future. Even though I complained to myself the entire time about how much work the changes were, I can definitely see the benefit. Hopefully the update to Minecraft 1.12.x will be a little less painful.
Whats next? I have a feature update I am planning to work on sometime this summer, but I will likley wait on Minecraft v1.12.x to see what has to be done there. That seems like it should be just around the corner. With BiblioCraft up to date now and the update coming up before summer, I should be able to update BiblioCraft to the new version of Minecraft soon after forge releases an update for minecraft 1.12. At least, that is the plan. Also, I know the forums on this website have become overrun with spam and that is another issue I plan to try to address this summer. Apologies for the mess in the meantime.
Head on over to the Downloads page to grab the newest version of BiblioCraft for your desired version of Minecraft. I’ve also uploaded all four releases to CurseForge, so you should be able to head over there and grab a copy as well. If you have any comments, questions, or issues, feel free to leave a response here on the website, post on the official minecraft forum, or create an issue on Github. As always, Enjoy!
BiblioCraft has been updated for Minecraft version 1.9.4 and 1.10.2. This update makes a massive improvement to render speed on BiblioCraft items thanks to a model cache system I developed. This should address some of the performance issues. I also fixed block sounds on servers, like the desk bell, typewriter, and case. I also tried to fix a render crash that has come up and I did some back end work in preparation for the update to Minecraft v1.11.x.
I’ve also been working on an update for Minecraft v1.11.x and have been good progress. I am down to only about 50 errors left now. Much of the process of updating to that version has just been a process of learning what has changed. I don’t expect any serious issues at this point.
Anyway, head on over to the downloads page and grab the latest update for BiblioCraft! If you have any comments, questions, or concerns, feel free to post a comment on this news post, start a thread on the forum, post on the official thread on the Minecraft Forums or create an issue on my Github. Enjoy!